Emily Reddy / WPSU Producer

Emily Reddy

BookMark
02-27-2014

Fracking Pennsylvania: Flirting With Disaster by Walter M. Brasch

The shale gas industry—and hydraulic fracking in particular—have become hot-button issues in Pennsylvania. Today, Maureen Ittig reviews Walter Brasch’s investigation of the natural gas industry in his book Fracking Pennsylvania: Flirting with Disaster.

StoryCorps
02-26-2014

Story Corps Penns Valley: Vonnie Henninger and Doug Bierly

WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In October, we stopped at the Old Gregg School in the Penns Valley town of Spring Mills. Doug Bierly talks to Vonnie Henninger, an historian who’s given hundreds of presentations about the history of central Pennsylvania.

StoryCorps
02-24-2014

Story Corps Penns Valley: Carl Gaffron and His Former Student Greta Haney

WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In October, we stopped at the Old Gregg School in the Penns Valley town of Spring Mills. Greta Haney speaks with Carl Gaffron, her high school English teacher. He retired from teaching a few years ago.

This I Believe
02-20-2014

I Believe Cancer Cures
Ellie Eastman
State College, PA

Cancer. For most, hearing this word sends a shiver down their spine. For some, it brings to mind a loved one who has passed away because of the horrific disease. Cancer. But when I hear this word, I think of a family brought together with a stronger bond of love than they would have ever otherwise experienced. Cancer changed my…

StoryCorps
02-19-2014

Story Corps Penns Valley: Betty Strouse and Doug Bierly

WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In October, we stopped in the Penns Valley town of Spring Mills. Doug Bierly speaks with Betty Strouse about her life with her husband, Walter.

StoryCorps
02-17-2014

Story Corps Penns Valley: Mary Kay and Greg Williams

WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In October we stopped at the Old Gregg School in the Penns Valley town of Spring Mills. Wife and husband Mary Kay and Greg Williams talk about renovating the Cooke Tavern in Spring Mills.

Take Note Radio
02-14-2014

Take Note: The Connection Between Farming and Health and the New Food Safety Law

Daphne Miller is an family physician who practices integrative medicine and an associate professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the Univeristy of California. Her most recent book is “Farmocology: What Innovative Family Farming Can Teach Us about Health and Healing." It shows how lessons from sustainable farming can be applied to medical practice. And we talk with Brian…

BookMark
02-13-2014

Ties That Bind by Dave Isay

WPSU’s Emily Reddy, who usually hosts BookMark, reviews Dave Isay’s Ties That Bind. It’s a collection of interviews about love and gratitude celebrating the first ten years of radio’s StoryCorps.

StoryCorps
02-12-2014

Story Corps Penns Valley: Troy and Angela Smith

WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In October, we stopped in the Penns Valley town of Spring Mills. Angela and her husband Troy discuss their life together in Millheim, Pennsylvania.

Bio

Emily Reddy is the news director and a producer at WPSU-FM. You can hear her feature stories during Morning Edition and All Things Considered. Emily also serves as the head producer of WPSU’s radio series This I Believe, BookMark, and StoryCorps. She sometimes fills in as an on-air host.

Her radio work has been recognized with multiple awards from the Public Radio News Directors Association, Inc. (PRNDI) and the Pennsylvania Associated Press Broadcasters Association.
Before coming to WPSU, Emily anchored the evening news and filed reports for WMNF in Tampa, Florida. She also served as a general reporter in Washington D.C. for WAMU and as a Washington Capitol Correspondent for WNPR.

While in graduate school, Emily produced segments for the daily news magazine Here & Now out of WBUR in Boston. She earned her B.A. in Comparative Literature from Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, FL and her M.S. in broadcast journalism from Boston University.